Sunday, February 14, 2016

UGAT Annual Conferences (1978 to 2015)

UGAT Annual Conferences

1st (1978, Laguna) "Philippine Anthropology Today”
2nd (1979, Baguio City) “The Power of Anthropology: A Dialogue Among Developers”
3rd (1980, Cebu City) “The Filipino and His Changing Environment”
4th (1981, Dumaguete City) “The Anthropology of Power”
5th (1982, Iligan City) “Anthropology and Technology: Third World Perspectives
6th (1983, Cotabato) “Anthropology of Mass Movements: Peoples Organizations in Social Transformation”
7th (1984, Bukidnon) “The Anthropology of the Future: Emerging Structures and Processes”
8th (1985, Legaspi City) “Anthropology of Education: Contribution to Nationhood”
9th (1987, Cagayan de Oro City) “Culture Change and National Development”
10th (1988, Marawi City) “Ethnicity and National Unity”

11th (1989, Tacloban City) “Anthropology and Resistance”
12th (1990, Manila) “Philippine Ethnography: Issues in Cultural Pluralism and Nationhood”
13th (1991, Manila) “Anthropology of Philippine Anthropology: Issues and Concerns for the Nineties”
14th (1992, Laguna) “Anthropology of Development: Issues and Concerns of the Nineties”
15th (1993, Cebu City) “Sustainability of Development: The Anthropological Perspective”
16th (1994, General Santos City) “The Anthropology of Transformation”
17th (1995, Nueva Ecija) “Anthropology of Disaster”
18th (1996, Benguet) “The Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines: Knowledge, Power and Struggles”
19th (1997, Palawan) “Territoriality, Histories and Identities”
20th (1998, Quezon City) “Philippine Anthropology in the 21st Century”

21st (1999, Albay) “The Use and Abuse of Anthropology in the Philippines”
22nd (2000, Misamis Oriental) “Theory and Practice of Philippines Anthropology: Reviewing the Past to View the Future”
23rd (2001, UP Diliman) “Bridging the Generations in Philippine Anthropology”
24th (2002, Davao City) “Rootwork and Network: Weaving Mindanao Anthropology”
25th (2003, Cebu City) “Writing Philippine Ethnography”
26th (2004, Cagayan de Oro City) “The Ends of Educating”
27th (2005, Miagao) “The Anthropology of Crisis”
28th (2006, Dumaguete) The Philippines Unbound: Anthropological Critiques of Globalization
29th (2007, Zamboanga City) The Practice of Governance
30th (2008, Pampanga) Performing Heritage

31st (2009, Cagayan de Oro) The (Re)Making of Cities and its Consequences
32nd (2010, Manila) Kalkhasan in Flux: Indigenous Peoples’ Creativity in a Changing Natural Environment
33rd (2011, Bukidnon) Aghamtaong Kaagapay: Anthropology Cares for Its Publics
34th (2012, Cebu City) “Culture” and “Well-being”: Conceptualizations, Appropriations, Implications
35th (2013, Davao City) Rethinking & Remaking Forms of Knowledge
36th (2014, Baguio City) Trajectories of the Anthropological in the Philippines
37th (2015, Dumaguete) Dagat Ug Kinabuhi: Maritime Cultures, Spaces & Networks

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